Afasic comments on SEND reformsNow that the new SEND system is a year old, we can begin to assess how well, or how badly, it’s working.

The Government’s own final evaluation of the Pathfinder authorities reports mixed findings, while SEN organisations have tended to be more critical.

You can read recent reports from the Driver Trust, a dyslexia organisation,  and from the National Deaf Children’s Society.

Tania Tirraoro on Special Needs Jungle has published an interesting presentation on the subject and commented that parents will need to be advocates for each other.

In order to represent the interests of children and young people with speech and language difficulties effectively, we need to be sharing our experiences. So do please send us your feedback. You can leave a comment here or on our Facebook page, ring us directly on 0300 666 9410, or send an email to the Helpline team putting SEND Feedback in the subject line.

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